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The Secret - Recording of Live Virtual Keynote

Audio-Visual Recording of LIVE VIRTUAL KEYNOTE

On Septemer 23, 2009, The Ken Blanchard Companies and Berrett-Koehler Publisehrs presented a 60-minute live virtual keynote featuring The Secret co-authors Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller.  They discussed the five 'Serving Leader' components from The Secret and provided tips on how to use these practices in everyday work life. 

The Secret: What Great Leaders Know and Do

Presenters: Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller

Now this event is available in a 26-minute QuickTime movie version that includes the complete 18 slides and abridged co-authors' audio track.

At one time or another, everyone in a position of authority-whether in a multi-national corporation or a local volunteer group-wonders what the key to great leadership is. And who better to answer that question than the team of Ken Blanchard, whose books on leadership have sold over 20 million copies, and Mark Miller, who worked his way up from line worker to vice president of one of the largest fast-food chains in the country.

In this recording of the Live Virtual Keynote, Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller, co-authors of The Secret, showed attendees how to become a 'Serving Leader' rather than a 'Self-Serving Leader'.

Watching and listening to this recording, you'll learn the secrets of success including:

  • How to create a compelling vision that inspires and motivates people to take action. Once a clear vision is established, you’ll learn how goals and strategies can be developed within the context of the vision.
  • How to turn your organizational pyramid upside-down to put the people closest to the customer at the top of the organization so they can take care of your customers in a way that creates customer maniacs and raving fans.
  • The importance of focusing on both results and relationships. Both are critical for long-term survival. The way to maximize your results as a leader is to have high expectations for both.
  • How to build trust.  All genuine leadership is built on trust. You’ll learn that it starts with walking your talk. A leader, above all, has to be a walking example of the vision. Leaders who say, “Do as I say, not as I do” are ineffective in the long run.


Presentation: 18 visual slides with co-authors' audio track

Duration: 26 minutes

Format: download 31.6 MB QuickTime file (free QuickTime video player availabe from Apple Computer website)